Here we are again at Friday and this week's recording of 1984: A Dystopian Bedtime Story, where I read Part 1, Chapter 5 of George Orwell's Nineteen-Eight-Four for your listening pleasure.
In part 4, we observed Winston's passion for his work in action. I suppose loving your work would be the highlight of your life within such a bleak existence, which plays well for the slave-driving rulers. If you missed the recording, find it here.
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These past few years have seen the vaccine injured invalidated: their stories rejected or suppressed as they try to pick up the pieces of their life post-reaction.
Following orders, these unlucky citizens took the mandated gene therapy, assured it was safe and effective by their doctors, leaders, and news media. Meanwhile, officials hadn't any idea whether it was. This premature assurance would prove disastrously false.
It has been reported through recently unredacted official Australian government documents that they were fully aware of the treatment's inability to stop transmission before they approved its use. Dr. John Campbell has an excellent video on this.
Untold numbers of everyday people continue to suffer the price for their leader's deceitful recklessness.
The injured are ignored, belittled, and subject to unceasing gaslighting regarding their suffering. The lived experience of these victims threatens to blow up the lies that our governments shamelessly assert and that the average person who took the same path wishes to believe; a real-time example of tyrants controlling the past, moulding what people will accept as their future.
The truth is - as the rulers are keenly aware - when they tell a lie enough times, it becomes embedded in the people's psyche and that of the history book messaging.
In this comparison to Orwell's circular quote, we see that the institutions deceitfully putting forth the false narrative surrounding these dangerous shots are manufacturing our future understanding of the past.
Essentially, their ability to erase what has happened to so many unsuspecting victims from the purview of society means they are manipulating the present, allowing them carte blanche for further issuance of these deadly medical interventions.
They do this with no worries because if anything goes wrong, they will merely have to reframe it, or better still, suppress it, to engineer the consciousness of the average citizen, using the present to preserve their lies both in the past and the future, respectively.
Another win for the overlords!
The above quote stirred up a hornet's nest on social media for those poor souls still swirling in the lies fed to us by the corrupt and/or clueless authorities charged with our safety.
One person decided to insult and shame me for not caring about her nephew, who she insisted died because he wouldn't take part in the experiment, and then she asserted that death was not part of the possible consequences of these shots.
As sorry as I felt for her loss of her beloved nephew, where does one go with this profound ignorance? Her profile even stated she was a physician! If you are a doctor (which I highly doubt), how could you not know at this stage in the game that death is a possible adverse reaction to this medical treatment?
I keep asking myself, is it that people are too afraid of facing the truth, or are they suffering from total mind control like the Oceanians in Orwell's 'fictional' story? The fact remains: we didn't ought to have trusted the buggers, because if we look to the past, you can't find an example of why we should.
Although the tides may be slowly turning, and people are finally waking up to the reality of what has happened, there is still a long way to go, and THAT is what keeps me so passionate about spreading the truth in the face of their cacophonic lies.
Do you feel that more people are waking up to the truth where you live, or are they just as lost as the doctor I came across in that Facebook comment section? I'd love to hear about your experiences, be sure to say hi!